Thursday, June 14, 2012
This week has been crazy. I'm in Louisville, Kentucky, with 1,200 of my closest English teacher friends, scoring Advanced Placement essays. Any free time I have had has been spent writing. Holed up in a hotel room from 6 p.m. on, each day, I have had time to finish the rewrite of a novel. I wrote nearly 40 pages this week, after work, and got some good news. "Alfred Hitchcock Mystery Magazine" purchased my story "Autumn's Crossing," which, ironically, is based on the novel (same title) I just completed. I hope that's a good omen regarding the plot. Back to my stack of papers.
Posted by John R. Corrigan / K.A. Delaney at 6:17 am